Presentation on theme: "Indira Awaas Yojana Tamil Nadu Housing is an essential component for a living standard. IAY is a blessing in disguise for the rural poor to have a quality."— Presentation transcript:
Indira Awaas Yojana Tamil Nadu Housing is an essential component for a living standard. IAY is a blessing in disguise for the rural poor to have a quality of life. Under the scheme construction of new houses and upgradation of kutcha houses are taken up. For the year 2009-2010, total of 134014 houses are taken up for construction and 35068 for upgradation.
Construction cost The Construction of an unit (a house) costs Rs.55,000 This includes Rs.20000 as roofing cost, which is a concrete flat structure funded by the State Out of the remaining amount Rs.26500 is the central share and Rs.8500 is the State share. The cost of upgradation is Rs. 15000
Convergence The scheme is dovetailed with the Total Sanitation Programme The concept is to construct a toilet while constructing a house. It is a compulsory component for the completion of a house. Out of TSC Rs.2200 is the Government grant and Rs. 300 is the beneficiary contribution. Loan upto Rs.20000 is given as DRI loans and for the year 2009-10, loans have already been issued to beneficiaries.
Convergence Under the TSC, the beneficiary is sensitised about the need to construct toilets along with the house and in the order given to them there is a clause that reflects this. While foundation is being laid for the house, same is done for the toilet without which the further progress is not allowed Stage by stage bill is paid to the beneficiary only if the toilet also has the same progress Intense supervision of the technical staff and the supervisory authority is ensured for construction of the toilets. Final bill is paid only if the toilet is constructed and photograph shown and a written commitment by the field staff.
Convergence The beneficiaries have been given awareness regarding the DRI loan and the terms and conditions The DRI loan application have minimal procedure to be undergone by the beneficiaries The Bank official makes a visit to the site and immediately clears the loan Joint Account group is formed for recovery of loan.
Selection of beneficiaries The beneficiaries under this scheme had been identified by a survey conducted to delineate below poverty line (BPL)population among the rural mass. The survey report is displayed in the prominent places of the Panchayat and the BPL list was placed in the Gram sabha for approval. The Gram sabha had problems in accepting the list but it had the power to include the eligible case and delete the ineligible ones All the BPL household, having no houses are listed in the permanent waitlist and this has been again displayed before the approval of Gram Sabha. Out of the identified BPL population prioritization for housing had been done and the priority list is placed in the Gram Sabha for approval. Based on the approved list, each year beneficiaries are chosen for implementation of the scheme.
Priority List The list is displayed separately for BC and SC The list is displayed in the Village Panchayat Office, Block Panchayat office and in the District portal A sample of the displayed data is produced below PanchayatHabitationHouse NoHouseholderBPL NoCasteMarksA. IncomeLandHouse Type KodaiyurMalaiyur1/29Kanagu1005Others1018000nohut NerurNerur colony2/44Lakshmi12800SC1816000Yestiled